Response-able Pedagogy as an Approach to Quality in Teaching

Tina Høegh (Member of author group), Marie Falkesgaard Slot, Michael Peter Jensen (Member of author group), Connie Svabo (Member of author group), Amalie Thorup Eich-Høy

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Abstract

In the Danish QUINT sub-project Connected Classroom Nordic (CCN), we focus on students’ and the teacher’s initiatives within the use and understanding of technologies and the materials in the classroom. The aim of the paper is to explore and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of studying quality from a student perspective. By following the students’ explanations of quality in a situation we discuss whether subject specific pedagogies and general didactics combined with posthuman approach conceptualize quality in teaching. 
Original languageDanish
Publication date9. Jun 2022
Publication statusPublished - 9. Jun 2022
EventQUINT conference 2022 - Island
Duration: 6. Jun 202210. Jun 2022

Conference

ConferenceQUINT conference 2022
LocationIsland
Period06/06/202210/06/2022

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